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Travel Blogs from Buenos Aires
Buenos Aires was our favorite "big city" we visited. It is definitely the "Paris" of South America with its broad avenues and European architecture. We loved walking the city and enjoyed the wonderful food, especially the Italian restaurants and Italian ice cream. We saw the huge soccer stadium where Argentinians flock, La Boca District with its …
... former South American political leaders, Argentinian celebrities and of course clothes worn by Evita. There are some marvelous rooms, the dining rooms is a must to see and the interior courtyards are beautiful. Notice the glass work in the courtyard - windows and doors. While the tour takes you on the balcony you cannot get close enough to unfurl a banner or scream "come the revolution". A couple of years ago I saw Evita on Broadway and ...
... abhor the Brits. Over an hour later, the ship is cleared and we’re able to disembark. Shuttles take us from the container port to the terminal where we meet our tour coach. In a perfect world, this transportation would be fine. However, today, torrential rains impede our progress. Luckily we have ponchos, but others, not as prepared, are absolutely soaked when they finally reach the coach. We meet our guide, Valeria, an attractive ...
Woke up on day 115 to loud gusting wind outside, and therefore we decided not to make the same mistake as before and try and do some hiking. So instead we opted to do nothing all day except chill on the sofa, eat and watch more DVDs. It's our last day in El Chalten, and Patagonia for that matter, so we spent some time researching the next stage of our trip and re-packing our rucksacks to get all the summer gear to the top as we are flying back to Buenos Aires tomorrow and its ...
... went into a deep depression. 2001 bank accounts were frozen. Riots occurred. President resigned and there were 5 presidents in the next two weeks. Exports started again because the peso was stabilized at 3.5 to 1.
Kirchner elected in 2003, his wife in 2007. She is fairly popular. 8% growth in the last 10 years. Lower approval rating now. She is brilliant and a former senator for 20 years, according to our speaker.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center